My first guest on the Tami Jackson Show* tonight will be Eric Holmberg.

Eric Holmberg is a Christian Apologist, Filmmaker, Writer, Reformer and Counter-insurgent.

Eric is a contributor at BarbWire.com and long-time cultural commentator, and his writing and projects can be found at his website, The Apologetics Group.

Holmberg, as a filmmaker, often reviews movies and television programs, enlightening the viewer of underlying themes intended to implicitly or explicitly impact the audience’s worldview.

Eric, as an apologist, is a critical thinker with a passion for the arts, particularly broadcast/film media.

He recently shed some much needed light on a new television series debuting on Netflix, Big Mouth, in his article, “Big Mouth Debut: How Low will Our Culture Go? Will You Be Tacitly Supporting It?

Holberg writes:

Last Friday night, Netflix began streaming the first season—ten episodes—of Big Mouth, a half-hour, animated “edgy comedy” (their words) that invites the viewer to “relive puberty from the safety of their sofa.” And mainstream critics so far have been unanimous in their praise of the series, garnering the show a coveted 100% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The twelve reviews posted so far shine a bright light on the worldview that animates much of the modern media industry as well as the broader culture that feeds from its trough. Each of them acknowledge the “really, really gross,” “explicit,” “filthy,” “lewd,” “bawdy,” “disgusting” manner in which the show treats adolescents’ “vigorous pursuit of carnal pleasure.” But it’s all fine because Big Mouth supposedly has a big heart as well.

I’ve always appreciated Eric’s commentary and critiques, and his latest should be read by parents everywhere. In an age where the radical elements of our culture woos children with stunning visuals and media devoid of all morals, everyone must be vigilant to safeguard kids’ innocence.

Listen as Eric and I discuss Big Mouth and culture, films and music.

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In the second 1/2 hour my guest will be Chris Casamassa.

Chris Casamassa is the #1 best selling author of the book Bully Proof Fitness. He is also the founder of B90Z, KICKNFIT KIDS, and the current President of the 12 Red Dragon Karate studios (which were founded in 1965 by his father Louis D. Casamassa) in southern California.

Chris oversees operations and helps studio owners across the country grow their business by getting them to focus on two simple and important concepts: service and quality.

With his core programs, KICKNFIT KIDS, B90Z and Red Dragon Karate Chris has helped over 50,000 kids and adults become confident, fit, strong and Bully Proof!

Chris competed professionally on the North American Sport Karate Tour (NASKA) where he amassed a very impressive string of titles.He is a 4 time national forms champion, a 2 time national weapons champion, and a top 5 rated middleweight fighter.

Besides his outstanding tournament record Chris is featured in dozens of films and Television shows. He has been in everything from the original Karate Kid movie, to Shootfighter, and Blade, plus a TV series called “WMAC MASTERS” Where he played the lead role of RED DRAGON. Chris also doubled for George Clooney in Batman & Robin.

But for millions fans around the world the role for which most people now recognize him is The role of “Scorpion” in the hit action film franchise “Mortal Kombat.”

Chris and I will talk about how his book has helped kids fend off bullies — October is #BullyPreventionMonth. This will be a fun discussion with a guy who has had such an interesting career that has entertained and HELPED people.

Follow Eric Holmberg on Twitter at @ApologeticsGrp, Chris Casamassa at @realMKscorpion, and me at @tamij AND tweet your questions/comments during the show using hashtag #tjrs.

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